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I went to Broadway shopping center in Glebe a few times and it was pretty good. I always found what I was looking for pretty quickly and prices are reasonable for an expensive city like Sydney. Definitely a good option if it's not too far...More
Pretty much half empty, shops open for short time then closed not long after, not surprise really. Shops in there are nothing special, café serve bad yet expensive food.
Don't waste your time and money here....
Broadway shopping is centre spread over several levels. You will find major stores such as Kmart, Target, Harvey Norman, Jb-Hi Fi, Coles and Apple.
There is also plenty of places to eat like Mad mex, Grill’d, Indian, Asian and Sumo Salad etc.
This mall has at least four floors. They have lots of shops: restaurants, cellular phones, the reject shop, clothing, flowers, Kmart and way more.
It is quite attractive to be able to see all these floors. That is cool!
They have free WIFI. That was...More
There is a lot to see, do and experience here at the Broadway Mall. I came for the cinemas and found that there were many different salons so that arthouse offerings could easily be screened. It's not just a venue for blockbusters. There are extensive...More
An inner city suburb along the water, Glebe has a deep-rooted sense of cultural history and heritage. It originated as a semi-rural resort for the well-to-do, but has transformed into a student-centric melting pot. Visit Glebe Point Road for ethnic cuisine as standard as Mexican, Indian, Italian and Chinese, or as diverse as Spanish, Bavarian, Polish, Czech and Lebanese. You will find that Glebe is accepting of the
eccentrics and aboriginals that roam the streets, integrating students and people of all economic statuses into the multi-cultural fabric that distinguishes this suburb. Glebe Foreshore is a great destination for a leisurely walk along the Bay, and the Saturday market is a great scene for bargain hunters.